The Asus-made Google Nexus 7 is a cracker of a tablet, offering both tremendous value for money and a wide range of features plus, of course, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
If only there was a 3G version, we hear you sigh. Well turn that frown upside down, because the Nexus 7 3G could be little more than six weeks away now.
MoDaCo quotes a source “with insider knowledge” as saying production of the 3G-enabled slate has been ramped up with the aim of getting the device on the shelves within six weeks.
It is believed that other than 3G support the spec will be identical to the current Wi-Fi-only Nexus 7, though that on its own might push the tablet's price beyond the £200 mark.
Aside from the rough six-week target, the MoDaCo insider doesn't have anything specific in terms of a launch date, or how wide the initial roll-out will be.
But we have full faith in the grapevine-infested underworld of the web, and trust that those details and more will reach our ears before too long.